Friday, April 07, 2006

Run This Bi-atch Out Of Washington

How utterly ridiculous is this.

Cynthia McKinney thinks she is so high and mighty that she expects a security officer to recognize
her face among the (I heard reported) 35,000 faces seen each day.

Not to mention, she just changed her hair, and our black princess refuses to wear her congressional ID pin.

So when asked, 3 times, to stop and identify herself, after skipping past the metal detector to enter congress, an officer grabbed her arm.

Well that was unacceptable touching, and racial profiling, according to C-Mac, so she felt it justified to take a swing at the officer.

What a grandiose sense of self importance this broad has, can you imagine?!

Hey C-Mac, you looks crazy! I'd be stoppin' yo' ass too!

Sorry Ms. McKinney, I'm kidding, but someone from your home state has something to say to you...

The Valdosta Daily Times

Our Opinion: McKinney embarrasses home state

As a federal prosecutor decides whether to press charges against Rep. Cynthia McKinney, D-Ga., we ask ourselves why she feels the need to embarrass her home state.

McKinney is one of the 435 people who comprise the U.S. House of Representatives. Besides frequently changing hair styles, she refuses to wear one of the identification badges given to members of Congress so Capitol security officers may avoid the kind of problem that arose recently. McKinney refused to stop when security didn’t recognize her. An officer whose job it is to protect McKinney and everyone else at the Capitol attempted to stop her. She wheeled around and struck the hapless officer.

The incident should never have escalated to that point. As U.S. Capitol Police Chief Terrance Gainer said, “Even the high and haughty should be able to stop and say, ‘I’m a congressman’ and then everybody moves on.”

McKinney knows that officers indiscriminately stop anyone they don’t recognize. The Sept. 11 attacks should have made everyone aware that terrorists who wish to inflict harm on our country could launch a ground attack at the Capitol if they believe security is lax enough. Rather than helping officers, McKinney has made their job much more difficult by needlessly distracting them.

This controversy is gaining momentum at a time when Georgians should be concentrating on welcoming 43 international and stateside business investors to our state as part of the Red Carpet Tour. These investors, who will be staying for a three-day excursion, may be looking to relocate or expand businesses in Georgia. We can only hope that McKinney’s inexcusable actions don’t tarnish the image of our state as we try to make it more appealing to visitors.

Our elected officials are the embodiment of Georgia at the Capitol. We hope that in the future, McKinney will care enough about her state to avoid embarrassing it further.

C-Mac, you may have just un-elected yourself, hope it was worth it, catering to your way over-inflated ego that is.

Just so we can end on a good note, I'm sending in an assassin to kill McKinney's political career...



Blogger Pim's Ghost said...

It's the truth! She and Jimmy Carter need to be officially disowned by my beloved home state. They're embarassing to the country in general, but when it's your own state? Lord have mercy!!

6:04 PM  

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